National Center for Preservation Technology and Training will host a three day LEED Exam Preparation Workshop at our office in Natchitoches, Louisiana.
Scowcroft Building, Ogden, Utah. The renovation of this historic building was completed in June 2004 and achieved LEED Silver rating. Photo by Paul Richer
LEED has become an industry standard for demonstrating the “sustainability” of new construction and rehabilitation projects. While LEED is not the only rating system for buildings at this time it is the most widely used in the United States. NCPTT is offering this LEED preparation workshop to promote the joint consideration of sustainability and historic preservation in planning the built environment.
NCPTT will offer Green Preservation: A LEED Technical Review and Exam Preparation Workshop, June 26-28, 2012. This three day workshop will use case studies to prepare participants for the LEED Green Associate Exam. Ongoing green rehabilitation projects will engage participants and introduce them to the following LEED Rating Systems: New Construction and Major Renovation; Existing Building Operations and Maintenance; and Neighborhood Development.
The instructor will be Donna Isaacs, LEED AP, graduate of University of Florida and Miami-Dade College. She currently instructs LEED workshops nationally.
Classes are tentatively scheduled to run from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm with two 15 minute breaks and an hour for lunch.
Register TodayThe registration cost is $199 to attend the course in Natchitoches. For the first time ever we are offering the course as a live webinar at a reduced rate of $99. A limited number of student seats are available at a reduced rate on a first come first serve bases. Student must provide photocopy of current student ID and a letter of interest. Student applications should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
To register please fill out the registration form as soon as possible to be included on the student roster.
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